|1956 Episode of "Super Circus"|
1956 episode of the Classic TV series "Super Circus", Complete with original commercials. "Super Circus" was, as it's name suggests, A televised circus show.
Keywords: Classic TV; Super Circus; Retro Television; Clowns; Rare; Kinescope Recording; Old Time Television; Public Domain
Downloads: 3,876 (4 reviews)
|Classic Commercial for Kellogg's Sugar Smacks|
A Classic Commercial for Kellogg's Sugar Smacks that aired during 1954. This is from an episode of "Super Circus", the complete telecast can also be found on IA. This classic commercial features Mary Hartline, a popular television personality at the time due to her friendly screen personality, which appealed to both kids and their fathers. This is not really Mary Hartline at her best, but it is still a moderately enjoyable commercial...
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; 50s; 50's; 1950s; 1950's; Fifties; Advertising; Commercial; Commercials; Cereal
Downloads: 20,379 (3 reviews)
|What's My Line? Premiere Telecast (1950) - John Charles Daly|
Firstly, I apologize for the sub-par quality of this episode, I tranferred it from an old VHS recording I had and put in on my PC. Other episodes I have vary in quality. This episode features on the panel: former New Jersey governor Harold Hoffman, columnist Dorothy Kilgallen, poet Louis Untermeyer, and psychiatrist Richard Hoffman. Broadcast Information: February 2, 1950, 8PM ET, CBS Host: John Charles Daly
Keywords: Classic TV; What's My Line; 1950; Dorothy Kilgallen; CBS; Comedy; Panel Show
Downloads: 4,598 (7 reviews)
|'The Face is Familiar' (1966 Game Show)|
Episode of the 1966 summer replacement series "The Face is Familiar", a game show with a rather interesting concept. Complete with original commercials. Guests include June Lockhart ("Lost in Space") and Bob Crane ("Hogan's Heroes").
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; 1966; 60's; 60s; 1960's; 1960s; Sixties; Game Show; Shows; Series; Puzzle; Kinescope; Kinescopes; Rare; Retro
Downloads: 5,186 (6 reviews)
|1950's Television: ''You Bet Your Life'' - Secret Word: Voice|
An episode of the hugely popular 1950's Television series "You Bet Your Life", featuring the comic talents of Groucho Marx. A "comedic quiz show", much of this program's humor was improvised, although Groucho usually would have a very basic idea on who would appear each episode. Like most 1950's quiz shows, it wasn't rigged, but the scandals involving "Twenty One", "Dotto" and "The $64,000 Question" caused ratings to decline...
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; Classic Television; TV; 50s; 50's; 1950s; 1950's; Fifties; Humor; Humorous; Groucho Marx; DeSoto; Game Show; Shows; Series; Quiz; Vintage; Old Time Television
Downloads: 11,939 (7 reviews)
|Alice in Wonderland - Cecil Hepworth|
The first movie version of Lewis Caroll's novel "Alice in Wonderland", directed by Cecil Hepworth. The copy is bad, but - in some degree - watchable. Listed as Public Domain by Wikipedia.
Keywords: Alice in Wonderland; silents
Downloads: 70,068 (11 reviews)
|1957 episode of "The Price is Right"|
1957 episode of "The Price is Right" complete with original commercials.
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; 50's; 50s; 1950's; 1950s; Fifties; Game Show; Shows; Series; Prizes; Kinescope; Kinescopes
Downloads: 11,514 (9 reviews)
|Episode of Classic TV show "Sense and Nonsense"|
1954 Episode of the rare Classic TV show "Sense and Nonsense", a low-budget kids game show produced by WABD, the New York City owned-and-operated station of the DuMont Television Netwrk. This episode features original commercials for Coca-Cola "in the bottle". In this game show, contestants had to identify objects while blind-folded. This appears to be the only surviving episode.
Keywords: Classic TV; Sense and Nonsense; DuMont Television Network; DuMont Network; 1954; Game Show; Kids Show; Old Time Television; Coca-Cola; Coke
Downloads: 7,157 (13 reviews)